They don't have a ton of options, but it's also a drive in movie theater not a full restaurant! They are super kind about answering questions, and understand cross contamination risks. I choose yes for Celiac friendly because they are understanding and do have some celiac safe options, BUT it is currently a very limited amount.They have a dedicated GF fryer (just ask) and the curly fries are cut and seasoned to order. They have Nathan beef hotdogs cooked on a hotdog roller so not a shared grill with buns. their chips for nachos (though no cheese) are gluten free and pre-portioned out by an employee who wears gloves only for that food item. They also have some grab and go snack items and candy that are GF too.2 other GF options they are getting back to me about with potential CC issues for Celiac's is their bunless Philly with veggies in a boat and their popcorn. Both are GF, but they are going to get back about whether they are also Celiac's friendly.